POORMAN’S RADIO DAYS: FIRED FROM KROQ! REDEMPTION (PART 3)

Andy Warhol got his 15 minutes of fame, and KROQ gave me six minutes. In a remarkable twist of fate, I was back on KROQ Nov. 7 for the first time in 26 years … for a brief six minutes. The Poorman’s return to their airwaves was short, bittersweet and explosive. It was unexpected and reactive. My emotional appearance happened on the last day on KROQ for The Kevin & Bean Show’s Gene “Bean” Baxter. As you recall from my previous articles here in OC Weekly, he was responsible for my firing in 1993. The on-air participants in possibly the most impactful live six minutes in LA radio history read like a who’s who in KROQ radio and pop culture lore. They were Bean, his soon-to-be-former partner Kevin Ryder, Jimmy Kimmel, Adam Corolla and myself. Continue Reading Here:

Farewell Bean. Photo by Eric Monteiro (@monteirofilms) monteirofilms.com

Here is the Hatchet Buried. Farewell Bean, I wish you all the best post.

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